Sunday, April 04, 2010

When Green loons start to lose the argument...

... like every thug there's ever been, they like to resort to threats. The anthropogenic climate change (ACC) alarmists have been steadily losing the scientific argument and—whilst the politicians continue to proceed as though none of the contre temps of the last few months have happened—even the media have started to pay attention.

So, given my little introduction, how do you think Greenpeace responded to the latest questioning of their quasi-religious beliefs? With rational science—or with threats?

Bingo!
The proper channels have failed. It's time for mass civil disobedience to cut off the financial oxygen from denial and skepticism.

If you're one of those who believe that this is not just necessary but also possible, speak to us. Let's talk about what that mass civil disobedience is going to look like.

If you're one of those who have spent their lives undermining progressive climate legislation, bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically-elected governments into submission, then hear this:

We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work.

And we be many, but you be few.

And so, as the foundations of their religion start to crumble, the mask starts to slip...

UPDATE: Autonomous Mind has some further analysis...

28 comments:

Think This said...

Yer, I saw James Delignpoles comments on this. Totalitarian nutters.

Sargon the Demented said...

I've always prefered "Catastrophic Anthropogenic Climate Change". CACC. Sounds so much more... realistic somehow.

As for Greenpeace, that organisation has always been a hotbed of communists suffering from an even higher than normal [for communists] level of idiocy. They've never been to worried at using violence either.

Roger Thornhill said...

If they want to take "direct action" and get "organised" why don't they either:

a) Set an example and top themselves.

b) Contribute to the real solution - fusion power.

As we know, wind farms are net creators of CO2, so that is out. I think they actually want us all to revert to some pastoral subsistence hell, scratching a living.

Of course, b) would mean the subsistence hell solution would not be necessary, so that is the last thing they want.

Wat Dabney said...

Nothing puts the fear of god up professional environmental alarmists like the prospect of the flood of taxpayer money being cut off and their comfortable gravy train coming to a halt. Action this day! No pasaran!

davidncl said...

Actually Rog, *they* want to be feudal lords or priests while you and I scracth a living in some sort of long down subsistence hell.

Leg-iron said...

So Greenpeace want a war too? Fine with me, I'm already geared up for the antismokers and the same methods will work on Greenpeace.

Oh, this is fun! I can see why the Righteous enjoy it so much.

Dave said...

I'm not so sure about your side of the pond mate, but over here in the Colonies, when some Gaiaist says
"We know who you are. We know where you live. We know where you work.

And we be many, but you be few.",
my initial thought is "Maybe, but I'll bet we've got a lot more guns than y'all do".

Old Greeny said...

Excellent sentiments, dave, but over here Nanny won't let us have guns. For our own good, of course...

JuliaM said...

I'm not sure anyone needs to worry. The chances that they really do know any of those things are slim to none.

As is the possibility that they'd summon up the spine to do anything with the information if they had it.

JuliaM said...

And if their ideas are in the ascendency, as they claim, why is the public turning away from the green con in vast droves?

Trixy said...

That's inciting violence, isn't it? If it were the other side saying 'we must take direct physical action to stop the Greens from bankrupting the entire world: join us!' there would be outrage and the police would be involved.

Pogo said...

If you're one of those who have spent their lives undermining progressive climate legislation, bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically-elected governments into submission...

They really don't understand irony do they?

A better description of the average "green" activist group would be hard to find.

Roger Thornhill said...

@Pogo "A better description of the average "green" activist group would be hard to find."


Classic Leftie inversion. Marx would be proud.

Anonymous said...

Mass civil disobedience.
Oh the tosspots mean shouting down a megaphone and some prick wandering around dressed in a fucking polar bear costume.
Oh do me a favour ,just fuck off.

Max the Impaler said...

Looks like the 'peace' has fallen off the Green.

Middle Seaxe said...

You don't need guns, simply adapted gardening equipment will suffice.

Anything with an edge will be fine.

The good old fashioned billhook has served the English peasant as the perfect tool for pruning fruit trees and will prune a tyrant's chord of life just as effectively.

Mr Ecks said...

There ARE a large number of eco-ninnies who sort of believe in eco-tripe cos its been on TV.

There are only a small number of eco-fanatics who are willing to kill and be killed in support of their lunacy.

Bring it on.

Chalcedon said...

The problem is that they 'believe' in AGW as opposed to being open minded about it. I'm certainly open to a scientific analysis but having read about 'scientific shorthand' when it was clearly cherry picking data and nothing to do with a scientific method I just think that climate scientists have created a concenient bandwagon to jump on for grants which coincides with politicians finding an excellent excuse to tax everyone that bit more. A sceptical approach is the proper scientific approach. I'm waiting to be convinced by verifiable facts rather tha opinions.

Anonymous said...

Like Pogo I had to read that a few times as I thought someone had got pissed off with all the Green propaganda and had decided to take it back to the Righteous. (I know a lot of people are getting pissed off with all the hectoring and nannying - I certainly expect a bomb or other attack from smokers in the next 3 years or so if the persecution doesn't stop). But No! It's actually THEY who are talking about fake science and weight of opinion!? Priceless!

Then again, this is the bunch who use "flat Earther" as an insult when they are so clearly the Church telling Galileo that the Sun revolves around the Earth a blind man could see the parallels.

Idiots. I hope they bring it on. It would give me an excuse to beat them all into a pulp. I won't start it but I'll certainly finish it.

Chris said...

...bankrolling junk science, fueling spurious debates around false solutions, and cattle-prodding democratically-elected governments into submission...

Erm. Just to check. Is it the deniers who've supposedly been doing all this, or is it Greenpeace?

Brent Spar anyone?

Middle Seaxe said...

There's so much back peddling on that blog now, I think they could power a small town with the energy generated.

Seems like "Gene" the person who wrote that blog is a bit of an excitable chap.

Arf!

Anonymous said...

Greenpeace were the idiots who tried to ban Chlorine. The fact that it is a naturally occuring element in the Periodic Table escaped them. Of course, getting them to agree to ban "Dihydrogen Monoxide" was enjoyable...
(What they have against water I didn't hang about to find out. Hydrophobia perhaps?)
TTFN :)

Dave said...

It was pointed out on NRO that the last time Greenpeace tried to get physical, Things didn't quite go their way.

The article is highly amusing, I love how one Greenie says "I’ve never seen anyone less amenable to listening to our point of view.” , read further to see what they actually did, apparently their "point of view" is a rape whistle on a balloon> Hilarious.

The King of Wrong said...

How do they plan to cut off the "financial oxygen" to, well, people who aren't on the Global Warming Gravy Train? Nobody pays me to make occasional blog posts about this, and I expect DK doesn't do this for profit.

Still, I guess that means we're now reaching getting to the middle of Gandhi's list - Greenpeace making threats, Oxfam putting up posters on the tube, and a general hostility from those with a vested interest in eco-taxation.

Mark Brentano said...

Can you imagine being threatened by Greenies? What are they going to do, kick us to death with their hemp Dr Martens? "We know where you live". Well, to quote Pesci in Casino, better get your own fuckin' army, pal...

Jeff Wood said...

Anonymous, their objection to water is its association with soap, I think.

Anonymous said...

these cunts wont be happy till the whole worlds living a in a communal mud hut and theyre the ones controlling it.

why anyone listens to them is beyond me. Im a scientist and an engineer, im not biased, if i get presented with reasoned facts and evidence then i will accept it.

believing in CACC because some wierd beard nut job will otherwise come round my house to fill me in just isnt the way. thats how religion works. not science.

Antipholus Papps said...

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